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NLY A FARMER'S
FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OHEGON, .JULY 9, 1903
I Eyre,” interposed Framls Clayton. "At
all events, I recollect hearing thi-'r minu «
connected In sum« story about meeting
lu a Wood.”
Errol started slightly, and it might have
Iteen fancy, but Fee certainly thought a
deeper color cam« into his bronzed fa.«,
Mr. t'luyton seemed to think the autiie,
for It« proceeded iu his usual amiable
"Hite and Erskine were awfully sweet
on each other when wv were staying at
I dare say that will be a
match. I.oily Grace seems quite agree
able to it; but of course It's a shocking
bail one for him."
"Francis,” exclaimed his wife, "bow
you exaggerate! You know Winifred nev
er cared for l-ord Harold. She wou t
confess it, but 1 am quite sure he made
her mt offer, and that she refused him.
lie never will meet her if he cun help it.”
"Did you say that Lady Grace had
adopted iter, Mrs. Clayton?"
“Yes, more than a year ago; Indeed,
before I was married. She was In such
sad trouble, poor girl.
She was very
fond of iter father, ami he was killed
suddenly In a very shocking way. His
hors» ran away with him, and he was
thrown out of the dogcart and killed on
the spot. They thought she never would
get over it, and Lady Grace took her
home and nursed her as if she hail been
Iter own child. Old Sir Howard Cham
pion would have taken her. but she re
fused to go near them. because they
would not acknowledge her father, She
baa promised to come and stay with
me when we get back to town, You must
come and meet her.”
"1 shall be very happy,” stammered
CAN’T BE BLUFFED
HUNDREDS AHL DEAD.
Awful Explosion ot Fire Damp In a Wy
Hanna. Wyo., July 2. —At 10:30 A.
M. today an explosion of fire damp in
mine No. 1 of the Union Pacific coal
company snuffed out tbe lives of 236
WHERE ARE THE (WIDE BOARDS?
ARID LAND NOT IN DEMAND.
Delay Is Not on His Part Petitioners men, injured score« of others and
cau«ed the destruction of a vast amount Law Says Road Supervisors Shall Place Department of the Interior Approved
arc Tardy in Sending In the Paper —
of property. The mins was not fired,
Two Applications for Reclamatiofl.
United States Will Not Hesitate to as stated in the early reports, hut the
There is on section
rush which was made a year ago
Olva Expression to Indignation Over explo«ion was teriific, ami completely
"hi h ie more imperative in its require for land under th» arid land law is not
ments and which is more disregarded in evidence thia year. Only a very few
and nurnerc.ua entrances, filled the
than that which makes it a duty of applications for arid land contracts
workings with debris, and there ot the
Washington, July 3.—The position miners that were not killed outright by road supervisors to erect guide boards have been received in the Isat six
at the forke of every highway. If tbe months, and ail of the«« are for small
of the administration regarding the the explosion were buried alive.
1« so fascinated by some lovely creature
CH AFTER IX.—(Continued.)
law wery strictly followed no super tracts which will be occupied, reclaimed
The party st Endon Vale was breaking on the «tagr that he bn» no eye» for any
ptopotied Irani mission of the petition
The explosion was heard for many
Lady Marlou Alton un being In one else. Francis,” »he continued, touch
of the Jewish < itizi-ns of the United miles around, and attracted people from visor could draw his salary until be end cultivated by the applicants. Only
had erected guideboards • herever roads two of the applications fur la’ ' tracts
formed of her nieee'a engagement had ing her husband "Fraud«, Mr. Hastings
Htatc« to the litissiari government was the adjoining settlement.
to Endon Vale and carried her off 1» here."
inade clear and positive by a statement bers and railroad iron were hurled from unite or cross, yet it is remarked by have been approved by the depar ysnt
Mr. t'laytun looked savagely al her,
to l.ondon. and theme to pay a visit to
One of these la tne
IsHUi-d by the state department tonight. tire mouth of the shaft a distance of everyone who travels in the country of the interior.
Berkshire. Frane!» I'lay..... had left th- mid then he g»v« a surly recugultlon tu
that there are very few such boards in application of the Portland company,
This statement was inspired by newe- 200 and 300 feet.
|)n, .......... for London. Mias Champion Mr. I lasting».
Newcomers in particular organized by W. E. purke, whi<-^>nm-
|.»l>er publications reflecting the atti
Superintendent E. S. Brooks and a
“1 hardly expected to see you here this
had stayed on. In the hope of wltinlug
notice tbe ansenre of signboards. The pany has a contract for the reclamation
large force of men went to work with a
I,ack lord Harold to his allegiance; but evening," he «aid.
event of the p ereiitation of such a pe will to remove the debris from the law on the subject is section 30 of the of about 8.000 acres northeast of Mal
"You know, Francis, I told you I asked
now that ..... found each day attracting
latest edition of Oregon road law» and heur lake. This tract is entirely in
shaft and reach the entombed miners.
bun more mid mote to her cousin, she Mr. Hastings tu come," »«Id Fee, ma-
cluded within the reigon recently with
L'niteil States embassy at Ht. Peters Their progress into the mine was block reads as follows:
could «udure It »<»
Every supervisor shall erect and keep drawn from entry by the department
burg, which had been brought to the ed by tire foul gases, and several times
Madam« who not In the beat of tempers
attention of high officers of the govern they were forced to return to the sur up at the forke of every highway and with a view to examining it to ascer
resulta, had liec-n
palc-1 such great
every crossing of public roads within tain whether a suitable site exists for
ment. ft was given very careful con face.
fraugbt with tit»
hie road district a guide or finger- the construction of large Irrigation
hiisliand had not tended tu lucre«»« the
sideration both here und at Oyster
All day the rescuing party worked,
Pay. lajfore a decision was reached to the force taring inc reased from time to board, containing an inscription in leg works by the government.
That aame »veiling while l.a<ly lirai» amiability uf her dlspoaition.
Mr. <'layton turned away to the stage,
wa» iu h«T «wa little »«iictuiii reading.
The other application approved is
make any declaration regarding the time by the arrival of ranchmen and ible letters directing the way and s;>e i-
ami left hla wife to an uninterrupted con
fying the distance to tne next town or that of the Pilot Butte development
Winifred . ..... ked nt her duol all I. Iu «u
matter. The statement is as follows:
,„,.r t„ her "««in« in. ' the girl went lu
“At the state department it was by those of a relief train sent out from public place situated on each road re company, which has secured some 87,-
«ad »lull '•*» duor,
, . »ante he wa» trying to hear every word
stated oy a high official, in the absence Rawlins, which arrived about 2 o’clock spectively; provided, that the road su 000 acres near the headwaters of the
I.nd, Grot» looked up and
annleil that paaaed Is-tHeen them; he was far too
pervisors shall not be paid after sub Deschutes, from which stream the
of Secretary Hay, that the delay in in the afternoon.
kindly, and lin n »lie Inoked again. W Ini •mull minded to Is* free from Jealousy and
mitting their report to tbe county water for irrigating the land will be
Fee was perfectly aware that
About 1 o’clock this afternoon four
frr<l did nut »win bright and beaming ■o»pi< ioti
can citizens of the Jewish laith as to men were taken out alive, and half an court until they have shown to tbe taken. This is the company organised
a, wa» her wont »h« wa« nervou«, aud | he waa listeniog, so she dropped her
the ill treatment ol their co-religionists hour later they were followed by 42 satisfaction of the court that tbe pro by A. M. Drake. Among the applica
' voice to a whisper, ami flirted away In
there were tear »tain» on her face.
Errol Haatlug», riding toward the Bols
visions of this section have been com tions pending are those of the Oregon
"What la it, my luv«? You her. t„ en I a very animated mannrr with Mr. Ilaat- de Boulogne, pondering much un what he in Russia was solely due to the delay others. Many were unconscious and
development company for 78,000 acres
Franels Clsyton was gradually be
in furnishing the address to tbe state ! had to be carried from the workings, plied with.
crying!" There wa» ouch tender nolle)- Inx»
had heard, lie was surprised - he tried
near the headwaters of the Deschutes;
The come were injured, but nonce fatally,
tude in the tone that it wa« too tum h for coming furious. At tho end ot tbe third tu liellev» he was pleased; but somehow department by the petitioners.
HARVEST PROSPECTS EXCELLENT.
the Three Sisters company, for 27,600
llir girl-» overstrung nerve«, and tbe tear» set he arose.
or other his satisfaction was not very state depart<i.ent would, of course, pay j Several are in a critical condition, but
"It 1» time to put on your cloak." b<-
acres between the Deschutes and the
rant» thick and fust.
genulue. Miss Eyre had certainly made no beed to any statement purporting ■ it ie believed all will recover.
■aid in a harsh and uupieaaant vole«,
Linn County Crops Have Been Helped by Cascade mountains, and the Harney
"O Lady Grace. I am ao grieved!”
a fortunate step in life; true she bad lost i to emanate from the Russian govern
"Why, dear?" asked Fee, looking up
"Grieved, my child? You hav» nut had
valley improvement company, for 6»,-
a father whom she had loved, but then ment unless such sta'ement »as made went down in the mine at 7 o’clock
I with languid luuocence, "are you afraid
bad new» from home?”
•lie had gained a friend, in Lady terse« officially in some form or other to our this morning, and up until a late hour
farmers are elated over 999 acres near Malheur lake, in Harney
"Ole no, not that; but I am ao afraid
county. A part of the application of
Farquhar. She would get intto<luced Into government.
tonight only 48 had been accounted for. the excellent prospects for good crops.
you will lie angry with me an I uever for- . mo solicitous about me.”
the Oregon development company has
good society, snd perhaps, but that was
“ The state department has b:en es- Of this number two are dead.
give no-. Il 1» about Lord Harold Ers
not a train of thought he cared to fol I>ecially careful to act only in accord
been rejected on the ground that the
Horses and scrapers were put at work
kine,” W’lmfred »«id. nervou»ly, and a
low. Ilad not Erskine already been at ance with all requirements of official
land is timbered and cannot be proper
hauling debris away from the shaft,
«n.ldrn chill came luto the heart of the ing," lie replied, scarcely drtgniug to look her feel?
propriety, but within the limits thus I
rains of the past week and the indica ly classed as arid land.
rider Indy, for she wa» very fond of her st her.
Mr. Hastings' soliloquy was cut short
Mr. Clayton moved toward th» door, by seeing Col. d'Aguilar walking leisure laid down it will most certainly not loaded and hauled back up to the tipple tions are that almost a full crop will
Mrs. (Jeer Made President.
and bls wife resumed her conversation
“About Harold, my dear?"
ly along th« Champs Elysees. He drew hesitate to give expression to the deep and dumped. The work is progressing be harvested.
The Oregon federation of women’s
"Ixird Harold naked naked me tu mar- with more animation than ever.
slowly, owing to the narrow space in I
“Are you coming?" he exclaimed, turn
ry him lliia mortiiug; and, uh,
istration, but by all the American peo which the rescuers are <om;>ellel to, damage to hay.
A considerable clubs completed a most succeefsnl three
"D'Aguilar!" be cried.
days’ session at Astoria last week by
Ursre, I am •<> sorry!"
''Hastings!'' exclaimed the other, and ple, tor the unfortunate Jews who had operate, but by daylight the mine amount of clover hay has been cut and
".Me- coming?" returned F»e, non< hal
"Sorry that he naked you to marry
lieen the victims in the recent appall should lie opened sufficiently to permit will be injured some tv tbe rain.
A tbe election of the following officers to
they shook hands warmly.
antly, raising her eyebrow«. "My dear
serve during the ensuing year: Presi
"I thought you were back with your ing massacres and outrages.''
of deep explorations and the rescue of week's good weather would see a large dent, Mrs. T. T. Geer, Salem; first vice
"Because Indeed, l.ady tirar», I never Francis, what could put such an absurd regiment,'' said Errol.
portion of tbe hay crop eafely har
in this connection it was pointed out the dead bodies.
dreamt uf such a thing I thought Ins Idea Into your head?"
president, Mrs. Samuel Elmore,Astoria;
"I bare a mouth more leave, and my by another official, who disclaimed any
Late tonight a party of rescuers vested .
Tu tie treated with Indifference, and. brother asked me tu join
position made Inm »o far beyond me. I
him here, and purpose to speak
Tbe fruit outlook is excellnet, al second vice president, Mrs. A. Bern
thought he »»« kind to me. Just front
so I came.”
that it seemed eomewhat strange, to this caused hopes to arise in tbe breaets though tbe crop of apples and pears stein, Portland; recording secretary,
I to any man; but it mad» Mr. Clayton,
gem roii« mindedne«« ilk» you, that
A great many questions ram« loto Er-
Mrs. Hattie Young, Grants Pass; cor
might not feel Btrange nt coming into sulky and III tempered as hr already w as, rol'a hesd that he would have liked to sav the least, that the Russian govern of the tired workers and tbe anxious will be light, there will be an extraor responding secretary,
perfectly atlamr with rag».
«.H-ii-ty I w i. n<»t u»cd to."
women and children gathered about the
ask Col. d'Aguilar at one«; but conver
tute by far the greater portion of most White, Baker City; treasurer. Miss
"Marion, are you coming?"
"Tlien you do not Io»» him?”
sation is neither easy nor agreeable wheu method of making a statement to the shaft. It is a faint hope, however, for
Olive Slater, La Grande; auditor, Mrs.
"I do like him lery lunch I could not
carried on with a pedestrian from the American people at the very time experienced mine l>oeee»and miners say orchards. The prune trees in this sec Florence Sheldon, Eugene. The feder
“Then I shall go alone.
help It, In 1»
good but. <>h, denr Lady
altitude of a horse's back, particularly
that when the impritoned men are
ation will meet at Baker City next
tirme. I could not marry him," and tbe get you a fiacre when you feel disposed when your steed is restive aud impatient. the reverse of friendly to the United reached all v ill be found dead.
Some they can possibly bear. In some in year.
to follow me.” And the amiable busbaud
traro mined down.
"Come up to my betel to-night, d'Agui State«, it sought to induce China to of the miners that escaped say that
left the box.
■'Then you have rvfuned him?"
be shaken off to save tbe trees
lar, will you?" Mr. Hastings said.
break the plighted faith of all the pow they saw 20 dead bodies in entry 17.
Mrs. Clayton was aa bitter and angry
Horses Sent to Canada.
“I told him thr truth 1 could Hot de
"Very well; I suppose you are going to ers as to the o;s»n door in Manchuria
They reported that many of the men
Lands In a Tangle.
A shipment of 23 ears of horses of all
the ball at the Embassy?”
were ctazed by the explosion and ran
And then all of a »udden It tlaahed on the clrcumatham-ee; but she went <>u talk
"Yes; but not before twelve.”
A large stack of disapprovals of lieu sixes and kinds went from La Grande
from access to the Manchurian trade.
hither and thither in the mine. Many
Lady Grace Farquhar'« mind that there ing to her companion very fast, to conceal
'“Then I'll look in i I hmi ! ten.”
land selections which lay on the desk last week. They will go via Spokane
wax »onirtliing noIde and high minded In I
And the two men parted Just as Mrs.
to Cut Bank, Mont., and be driven
laid down, buried their faces in their of the state land agent a few days
thi« girl'» refuallig »in'll a poaltlnn and mnke sny allusion to her husband'a treat Clayton rolled past in her handsome car
frem there to McLeod, Alberta. There
hands and gave up the fight.
such wealth beennae «he did not love the
riage. drawn by high stepping horses She
are about 700 horses and the purchase
man. A more worldly mlndeil woman not to have noticed it. But he felt for looked like a lovely little Esquimaux en
Of the 243 dead about 175 were mar which the general land office and
price is about »21,000, of which |J7,-
would have held »ueh romantic- folly iu her keenly. Hr did not quite Justify her, veloped in her soft white furs, and sbe
About the department of the interiaor are
Hanna, Wyo., July 3. —Fire has ried and leave large families.
lien lands. 000 was paid to the hone growers of
tontrnqit, nnd thought the girl a fool or think she had behaved wleely, but he gave Mr. Hastings a bright smile, and added to the horror of the mining dis- 100 were Finlanders, 50 were colored turning down
Thousands of acres which have been Eastern Oregon. With freight and »0
for her pain»; licit not •<> Lady Grace. saw what the man was, and felt there the wave of a delicately gloved little aster here, and hope for rescuing the 26 and the remainder were Americans.
selected by the state and sold after ap per cent duty, the purchasers will be
Still there wn> a momrtitary ntruggle in must have ls-en some strong undercurrent hand. She bad not observed Col. d'Agui
entombed miners has been abandoned.
proval by local land offices have been in about 130,000, and will sell out to
her heart before »he rone from her »cat of bitterness to change the bright, good
The startling statement was made to
tempered, sunny, little fairy
BID ADIEL' TO KIEL.
and kissed Winifred.
rejected recently by the general land the local dealers of their section, and
night by an experienced miner and fire
"My love," »lie said sweetly, ”1 think known formerly to the indifferent, pro-
office, and the end is not yet. Appeals come again, should the venture pay.
day when they had ridden together down fighter who penetrated the mine to the
you have done quite right, if you feel »lire yoking woman of tonight. “Poor little
Americans Leave Herman Waters Amid are being taken to the secietary of the Pricee ranged from »10 to »125 dollars.
16tb level that the workings Irelow the
In your own mind that you cannot love girl!" he thought to himself. “I dare
Great Booming of Cannon.
interior, but if that official adheres to
Endon Vale. She was not altered—at all 17th level are a mass of ti.imes, and
blm. Hut are you quite »ure? Harold is nay she han found out by this time that
his present pol'cz the e is small
events. It did not seem so in the momen
where a few hours ago it was believed
kin I an l good; he 1» handsome, and is
State Superintendent Ackerman has
Mrs. Clayton remained uutil the «ft h tary glance he had caught of her smiling the rercuers would reach the bodies of squadron sailed at 6 P. M. today from chance of a change in the decisions.
rich ought you not to weigh everything
Was she then utterly heartless?
Beyond question the state land depart advised the various county school sup
In your mind thoroughly Is-fore you de act was half over, then she asked Mrrul
the entombed miners not later than to Kiel, all the German ships saluting
to ace it her servant was In the hall. He Could she have lived all these months morrow noon, it now app< ars the vic and the Americans replying. The flag ment is involved in the worst tangle erintendents of the state that the state
with such a hateful, contemptible wretch
"I like hint, I respect him. but I do not left the box, and returned almost immedi
ship Kearsarge, Tioggo and San Fran ever known in its history, and it will treasurer, in making the regular appor
as Clayton, ami still go un smiling and tims will Ire burned. Ttie efforts of
love him I cannot marry him!” conclud ately.
will go through to Cattagat, stop be a long time before the kinks are tionment of school money this year,
flirting, and give no algu? Col. d'Aguilar those working below the surface are
"My brougham is at your disposal, Mrs. knew none of the particulars of the mar now confined to the work of walling up ping at Kallund Borg, Denmark, for straightened out.
will strictly follow the provisions uf the
“Very well, my dear, I will say no Clayton, aud your servant ia juat calling
state law on the mibje t. The disburse
ring»; he had not «ven heard that she the entries and elope, and putting up two days. The Machias will go by way
Crook's Population Increases.
more. I nin aurry, for my boy’s »like, and It up."
ment will be made August I, and such
was happy; he had but met her once, and flreporof barriers which will prevent of Kiel canal to Btnnsbnttel and thence
1 should have been well coutent to have
She thanked him; and he put her cloak then she had left him at her husband's
county ie getting its share of counties as have not filed their repert
you for n niece.”
carefully round her, and gave her bis command. with a smile on her lipa. He
other levels a’ove This ie taaen as can ships off Spithead. The sqnardon the newcomers into the state. Four with the state superintendent before
And then the kind-hearted woman took arm.
turned and walked back uubappy ami
that date will.not receive their share of
an indication that the rescuers realize will arrive at Portsmouth July 7.
th» »ebbing girl iu her arm« and Wini
hundred and forty-eight claims of differ
"Good night," she said, when she was
The salutes of tbo imperial standard
fred laid her head ou th« kind breast, seated in the carriage. "Many thanks resentful.
the fruitlessn« ss of further attempts to
Mr. Clayton, as well as his wife, was
were fired as th - Hohenzollern sailed ent kinds have been proved up since
and cried to her heart's coiiteiit. There for your tiuu-ly aid. Will you come and
profoundly Ignorant of Col. d'Aguilar's
Christian Convention a Success.
for Eckernforde this morning to accom July 1, 1902. Beginning about July 1
«»• a good deal more talk before the two I see un to-morrow at our hotel?"
arrival in Pnris. or he would as soon 17th level.
the land rornmiesioner says that there
The convention of the Cbriatian
parte.1, aud it was se ttled that Winifred
lie promised; and at parting he held have trueted his wife alone iu that fine
Added to the horrors of the fire, pany tho emperor and empress tonight, will be trade at hie office here from 10
churches of Oregon, held at Turner
should go home the next day but one, her hand long' r than is strictly necessary
after the cruiser yacht racy. The em
city, as he would have walked willingly which will doubtless destroy the un
to 12 proofs a day until October 1. last week, was a great success. Them
and »toy there a few wewks; and then in wishing good-by.
Into the cage of the lion in the derground workirgr, is the danger of
More than ',000 settlers have come in were nearly 40 ministers in attendancn
ah» should pny Endon Vale another vlait,
The day after their meeting at the Jardin des Plantes.
another explosion, which may occur at the Meteor at 7 A. M. The empress to the county in the last year and
alien lx>rd Harold should have left. But opera Mr. Hunting» called on Mrs. Clay
and over 200 delegatee and very many
(To lie continued.)
anv time. The situation is decidedly
every stage from Bahniko to Pritnville visitors.
•<ord Harold left that very day, after see ton; and Mr. Clayton, auspecting th«
ing and confiding In his auut. Illa part visit, wan purposely at home. Fee bright
The American naval officers at- is crowded with people looking for
alarmed for the safety of those who are
ing Words were:
ened up when Mr. Hasting» was announc
A little man recently walked Into a
a series of receptions on board land.
working below the surface, and also
Aunt, do you think there la any hope ed. She had always liked him; now In
warships this afternoon.
tho=e engaged in hauling away the de
that »he will ever come to care for Ine?" her lonellncnn and misery she ranked him
Scarcity In Brick and Masons.
"I do not know how to um> the tele
Lady Grace kissed hla forehead and an a dear old friend. Her manner was
bris from the mouth of the elope. If
Wheat—Walla Walla, 70(D74c; val
phone. Will you plenae call up this the entries in which th» fire is burning
The state board of capital building ley, 77c.
•trejked his head very tenderly.
all the more cordial because »he wanted
nuinlM-r? Thank you.”
,rl1’ my boJr> but 1 •“ «fr«ld to annoy her husband.
can be successfully walled and the fire
Austin, Tex.. July 2.— Frenzied by Commissioners has recently let con
Barley— Feed, R20.00 per ton; brew
"Her«* Is Hie nuiiilier. What shall I confined to a few entries, there will be supposed wrongs, W. G. Hili, an ex tracts for three new brick buildings, an
"Mr. Hastings, I am delighted to nee
little to fear, but there is great danger attache of tbe state controller’s office, addition to the prison, a new indus
you; 1 was Junt feeling no frightfully bor sny to tho dts'tor?”
Fl oar—Best grades, »3.95 ® 4.30;
"Tell him that his |Miralyz«*d patient of the (lames breaking through into the to lay entered the private office of State trial building at the reform school and
ed and dull. 1 hope you bring a whole
'-venteen months have elapsed since budget of news.”
Is walking around this morning."
entries from which the rescuers are Controller R. M. Love and killed him
i-rrid Hustings had stood on the deck of
Millstaff»—Bran, »23 per ton; mid
"I must a»k first after tny obi friend.
moving rocks and debris in an effort to by means of two bullets from a large consequence, there is immediate de
Hnone, looking down Into the Med- Lady Marlon,” he answered. "I cannot
mand for a large quantity of brick and dlings, »27; shorts, »23; chop, »18.
Iterr,th|nk|ng of ,h(( W(>lnj(n
forgive myself for my remissness iu not covery. 1 cut off the hair and put four known to lie in No. 17 entry. Here the Hee, he was intercepted by Chief Clerk the prison brickyard will be kept work
Oats— No. 1 white, »1.10 0 1.15;
.. ........ ..
«be was not a wum- doing no Inst night."
teen fly blisters on him last night. I gas has accumulated in such large Stevens, of the department, who en ing at its full capacity for nearly two gray, »1 05 per cental.
• n. though, then ahe wa. only a fresh.
"Aunt Is very well, thank you. I heard
months to supply them. The contrac
X'r'ttig girl; and in her aweet, simple from her thin morning. She »ays she is found thnt his nppetlte Is fine, but he quantities that the rescuers cannot re gaged him in a scuttle, during which
tors all wish to liegin work at once,
I won’t touch thnt rnw nient. One of his main long at a time.
P'lfity lay the charm ahe had for the man
nominal; cheat, »15016 per ton.
dreadfully dull without me, aud Is longing
of the world.
| ettrs fell off during the night nnd I think
The bullet entered Hill’s and hence each wants brick first.
to ace us back again;”
Potatoes—Best Bu-panks, 50O65c
J1.". w"" "'«ring far a month In Paris
abdomen causing a wound frem whirli
Machen Pleaded Not Oullty.
"I often think how she must mlns yon. ' lie Is blind In one eye. 1 find thnt there
sack; ordinary, 35945c per cental,
n the way home, nnd the brilliant ao- I almost wonder »he does not remain ' In no use In giving him medicine. It
he died this afternoon.
Washington, July 3 —August W.
There are 9,000 lcga'ly organised growers’ prices; Merced sweets, »30
wl,h wits very pleasant with you.”
make« him howl. His tongue looks ns Machen, against whom three indict
•fter hl« long i,o|«tlon.
corporations in this state and only 3.50 per cental.
"Ho she would, gladly, but Mr. Clayton If It hntl been put through n wring
Eight Killed In Tornado.
ments have lieen found frr accepting a
frlend,ll'I.h,’.l,’<’' hl’ w"* ,0
"n 01,1 won't let her. Of course, if we have a
Poultry—Chickens, mixed, 10911c;
500 have filed their annual re
ing mnchlne. Whnt does be want me bribe in connection with tho govern
Wilder, Minn., July 2.—A tornado
ports as required by the provisions of young, 13O14c; hens, 12c; turkeys,
a woman whom he difference of opinion she takes my part,
ment contracts (>r letter box fastenings,
W"T" llke<L but who had noTcr and he nays something rude to her. and to do?”
All that live, 16017c; dressed, 20A22c; ducks,
"He snys to let the patient alone until wa» arraigned today before Justice eight persons and doing much damage the Eddy corporation law.
now Lbs ,:,,Hnnin« 10 >>lm aa she did she is offended. In It not no, Francis?"
have not ti'etl reports will be liable to »7.0097.50 per doxen; geese, »6.000
iiuitr nt "i "'r |,r'',,7 »»»uinptlon of
Mr. Clayton muttered something about he gets down town. By the way, Mr. Pritchard, in criminal court No. 1. to pro|>erty. The storm first struck a fine of »100 if they continue in de 6.50.
X e?°0' ’, "er ......
«'»" ■h’ie.t- a mother Iu law being bad enough, but Blnnk. I don't know your patient but He pleadetl not guilty, «>«1 was given the ranch of Dr. Wester, destroying all
fault for 20 days. Some very promin
Cheese—Full cream, twins, 16HO
" y’ ","1 "ll° kn,’w 1,1 Purely an aunt In law was more than anybody It must be a and ense.”
1 until .Inly 20 to file a demurrer, should the farm buildings. From here the ent corporations have failed to make
16c; Young America, 16915Xe; fact
of ■” "bl friendship bargained for.
"Yes." said the little man. as If look he wish to do so. Later in the day the tornado turned eastward, taking every
their reports, and it seems almost cer ory prices, lOD<c lees.
,o ""<• who could not bo
"And an matrimony Is attoge’her a com ing for sympathy. "1 think he was at ' Groffs pleaded rot guilty. It was an- thing in a path of 40 rods wide and
tain that they have done this through
Vi rv l
Ani1 wl’*1 “ R,ronK interest, merclal «peculation," rejoined Fee, with a oil«« time the fluent collie thnt ever
Butter—Fancy creamery, 20(3 22 Ke
nounced that Machen and the Groffs
wiilk?t .’¡'T "w''k"fi'’'l. Mr. Hastings
per pound; extras, 22.-; dairy, 20«
delightful smile, "you can't, of course, cracked a bon«."—New \ork Mall and would be tried at the fall term of the of Daniel Gallagher all the buildings
22Hc; store, 16c918.
hU0 Mri' Cl“> «<”• - take more than you bargain for—enn you,
were demolished and Gallagher •nd
Articles of Incorporation Filed.
his daughters killed.
Eggs—17O20c per dosen.
Only two new companies filed arti
Rn<l wlf» were together
All Actors Want It.
Errol was by no means pleased at be
Receiver for Ship Trust.
Hope—Choice, 18020c per pound.
1for,,1,’r w«" «aging Intently ing made a third party to matrimonial
"There's a man out In the waiting
China Sees Methods In Move.
Newark, N. J-, J»<y 3,-Ex-Sena-
secretary of state last week,
Wool—Valley, UJiO 17c ¡Eastern Or
•niwrt.i "" *
nt " v,,ry *bowy luoking differences, and made an effort to change room,” snld the great man's secretary.
Tien Tain, July 2.—The local news were:
tor Smith, of New Jersey, was today
<1HT<.r«.t»t,|y’’r with"'" lR",,r l,’"n‘ b,Clt 1,1 the conversation.
Davis lake Irrigation cum- egon, 8014c; mohair, 35®37^c.
"1 think he’s a bum actor."
Appointed receiver for the shipbuilding papers comment on the alleged signifi pany, Roseburg »25,000; Buitro I.um-
i 1 " "lro,|g expression of
"Have yon seen anything of
Beef—Gross, cows, 31<O4e, per
"Why do you think so?"
ri * nn ‘ w,'*rlo*aa on her pretty Grace Farquhar lately, Mrs. Clayton?"
company. In his decree appointing cance of the gathering of the Ameri l>er company, Linnton, $25,000.
pound; steers, 595^0 dressed, »He.
When u. 7 Wn" Pr,,t,1«r, perhaps, than he naked.
Fx-Senator James Smith, Jr., receiver,
tmildio " a** **W ber n" l‘'Pe Alton; but
Baker Will Pay the Taxes.
Judge Kirkpatrick orders that all the northern part of the Gulf of Pechili.
"She wan her« not n month ngo; nnd ence.**—Philadelphia Press.
enhnii.L'i1 "7* JJen"*vn> «nd her beauty wn. ah» has adopted such a sweet, charming
It is asserted that no less than 57 Rus
Grfd la on the side of virtue; for who
' ’2 tbe inagnifleenco of her Jew- girl. They are like mother nnd daugh
sian warships of one sort and another has l>een notified that ex-State Printer dressed, 606 X«.
ever dreads punishment suffers
■L.aml whatsoever kind and nature, and where-
ter; and even that selfish old bookworm,
are assembled at Port Arthur. The Frank Baker will pay the taxes due on
CI ov « a 7
you have cornel” Mrs. Sir Clayton, seems quite taken with her. whoever deserves It dreads It.—C------
Japanese reserve officers who were on the state printing plant. The sheriff dressed, ’X«.
•"d vhq,","”P In Errol’s face,
The total transactions of the clear- rR,tor(| an(| officers of the insolvent leave in North China are said to have had advertised the sale of ths property
Hoge—Gross, 606 Xc per pooadj
«»re " I,.’. ''r.l'*n,l?,° his gentle preo- know you would hare been in love with
l«en calle 1 home.
to take place this week.
Ing bouses of the country last yeur co|npgny t0 the receiver.
,0 llul1' Nob* of ray friends her.”
bees up to ... m._ ald Mr. O|.yloD
"1 thought Mr. Hastings knew Miss wens more than »84,(XX),000,(XX).
JEW NOTE TO CZAR.